Agile practitioners who seek to improve their skills have a new training option available to them. At Agile2012 this week, Emergn announced its launch of Value, Flow, Quality (VFQ) Education, a work-based learning program that enables project managers, developers, testers and other team members to complete self-driven training, immediately applying skills while working on their […]

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The recession and public deficit have resulted in radical cuts to Treasury spending, but outsourcing still represents value for money. There is a determination to see smaller players get a slice of the outsourcing action, with the government pressing its spending departments to take more account of the services small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can […]

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In an effort to become more nimble and responsive to changing market conditions, an increasing number of companies are using an iterative approach to software development known as Agile.

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IT outsourcing may have been around for some time, but it has a patchy track record. While some may point the blame at suppliers or their customers, I would argue that it is often the techniques and methodologies that have failed.

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